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QATAR Airways (QA) on Wednesday became the global launch customer of the next generation aircraft the A350 XWB featuring state-of-the-art technology and an extra wide body for maximum comfort and optimum efficiency.
Emirates placed the order as part of a wider deal with Airbus in 2007 and had been due to receive the first extra wide body (XWB) A350 planes in 2019.
Together with our previous orders for the A350 extra wide body aircraft and new orders for additional A380s, we are continuing to invest in an integrated Family of the world's most modern and fuel efficient aircraft.
With its extra wide body and spacious interior, including an L shaped kitchen and new look rear, it is clear why the Brooklyn 400/2 is regarded as the best tourer in its class.
The XWB - extra wide body - is designed in Derby, but Rolls has not said where work on the latest Emirates order will take place.
Brazil's largest airline, TAM Linhas Aereas, said it agreed to buy 22 A350 extra wide body jets from Airbus for delivery from 2013 to 2018.
The new XWB - the letters stand for extra wide body - will be made largely from composite materials to make it as fuel-efficient as possible.
And Broughton still hopes it will be allowed to build the wings for the innovative Extra Wide Body (XWB) A350 too - though that is currently less certain.